Undue Process: A Story of How Political Differences Are Turned Into Crimes

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Free Press, 1993 - History - 243 pages
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A conservative political figure criticizes the "criminalization" of his role in the overturning of Nicaragua's government when he served as Assistant Secretary for Inter-American Affairs under the Reagan Administration.

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A victim's damning, if querulously overstated, case against the Office of Independent Counsel (OIC), which, in its pursuit of Iran-contra malefactors, seems to be as concerned with scalps as with ... Read full review


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Abrams is former president of the Ethics and Public Policy Center, and is a special assistant to the President and teh National Security Council's senior director for democracy, human rights, and international operations. He headed the Center from 1996 to June 2001.

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